2b. Bhumaraju Tirurnaraju.
29. Virayya, the son-in-law of (28).
30. Kattuluri Laksumaraju.
81. Salukaraja Pedaraju.
32. Matla Varadaraju Timmaya.
33. Matla Tirumalariiju and fifty others,
so many of their allies Treie killed, the army of
Dasariraju brothers wavered and fled. Among the chiefs that
turned their back upon the enemy were : —
1. Gona Telagalnedu.
2. Kalurapalli Ve:ukatayya.
3. Kunapuli Ganginedu,
4. Katneni Kadirinedu.
5. Gurigiiijagunta Buccana.
6. Calla Tati Sedu.
7. Savaram Tatanna.
8. Vankara Basiviaedu.
9. Nesa Timmana.
10. ilacapal Timminedu.
11. Pottara Timmiaedu.
12. Yemula Ganginedu.
But, one chief, Appakondrajn, did not relish the idea of
flying before tiie enemy. He turned round, and valiantly
opposed the pursuers but was killed. The lives of Anantaraju
and Venkataraju who were taken prisoners were spared.
When Eangappa was satiated with the slaughter of the enemy,
he commanded at last the trumpet of dhirma (dharmadh&ra) to
be blown ; and immediately the slaughter ceased.
This battle was fought on jLsvija, su oJ, Sunday, of tke
year Pramadi corresponding to S. 8. 1501, (Sunday, Sept. 27,
3far. Jtfn. 15-4-3, pp. 139-37.
2G2(a). KASTCB1 EANGA.
Velugoti Rauga drove the obirfs of Viutiko^d*
up tt> KaocerlakSfa ; killed the mattne chiefs who